Child Custody and Family Lawyer Serving the Inland Empire of Southern California
. ! On May 30 1922 George Hermann a millionaire donated land to the city that later became the Hermann Park September of the same year saw the start of the Houston Zoo the zoo was started when Houston schoolchildren bought two ostriches the zoo was later moved from Sam Houston Park to Hermann Park September 26 saw the first international-bound ship in the port During the Roaring Twenties more specifically 1927 the state highway to Houston was built Bus and truck operations also fell into swing Houston Junior College opened its doors that same year which later became the University of Houston August 1929 saw the entry of the first Sears into Houston Then Black Tuesday threw a devastating blow to the economy of the entire United States Houston's growth was much smaller but the city still grew Mexican Americans no longer found it as easy to obtain jobs yet several were successful by catering to the Anglo market in the city. . . Ports As of the 2015 Texas Population Estimate Program the population of the county was 4,530,268 non-Hispanic whites 1,323,437 (29.2%) Black Americans 817,096 (18.0%) Other non-Hispanic 395,206 (8.7%) Hispanics and Latinos (of any race) 1,994,529 (44.0%).
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